Ukraine imposes two-day curfew in southern Ukrainian port city of Mykolaiv
Ukrainian authorities shut down a city in search of vandals. British intelligence has said it fears the safety of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. According to President Zelensky, Donbass resembles “hell” for Ukrainian soldiers. An overview.
I amn southern Ukrainian port city Mycological More than aides of the Russian army are sought after Two day curfew imposed. “The city will be closed on weekends, buy water and groceries in time. We are working, including collaborators,” Governor Vitaly Kim said in a video message on Friday. So Friday at 11:00 p.m. local time (10:00 p.m. ) until 5:00 a.m. local time on Monday (4:00 a.m. CET) a general curfew will be in effect.
The governor had already announced the lockdown in July. The 41-year-old also offered a bonus of nearly 100 euros for information on artillery observers directing Russian fire on targets in the city.
Mykolaiv is attacked almost every day by the Russian army from a distance of about 25 kilometers Fired by rockets. According to officials, civilian goods are almost exclusively attacked. Before the war the city had almost 500,000 inhabitants.
A Ukrainian nuclear power plant is under threat from Russia’s actions
According to British intelligence, the actions of the Russian armed forces endanger the security of Ukraine. Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant. The British Ministry of Defense said in an update on Friday that Moscow’s intentions regarding Europe’s largest nuclear power plant are still unclear five months after the war began.
The Russians are believed to have used artillery units in areas adjacent to the power plant to attack Ukrainian areas west of the Dnipro River. Sources said they may have used the high-security position of the power plant site to protect themselves and their equipment from Ukrainian counterattacks at night.
With six units and a production of 6000 MW, the plant is located in the city Enerhodar Europe’s largest nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia Oblast. Russian troops occupied the facility in early March. Since then, the nuclear power plant has continued to be operated by Ukrainian personnel, but monitored by Russian nuclear experts.
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has described the situation at the nuclear power plant as extremely unstable and fragile. “All principles of nuclear safety have been violated in one way or another. An IAEA inspection is urgently needed to verify technical safety,” Raffaele Croci said in New York this week.
Ukraine under pressure in Donbass – shelled by Kharkiv artillery
Eastern Ukrainian city Chargiv Officials said it was fired by Russian artillery on Thursday evening. Mayor Ihor Terekov wrote on the Telegram news channel that three areas of the city were targeted. According to initial reports, three people were injured.
“I urge everyone to stay in shelters and be as careful as possible!” He wrote. Ukrainian army pushes Russian troops out of country’s second-largest city; But it was not entirely out of range of the Russian artillery.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky described the pressure his armed forces are facing in the eastern Ukrainian region. Donbass Meanwhile, exposed as “hell”.
He spoke of fierce battles for the city of Avdiivka and the fortified village of Pisky, where Kiev had to concede “partial victories” to the Russian enemy in recent days.
Ukrainians and Russians are engaged in heavy fighting outside the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk. Troops loyal to Moscow are trying to drive the Ukrainian army out of the suburbs, according to military reports from both countries. The city of Donetsk has been controlled by pro-Russian separatists since 2014, but the Ukrainian military continues to hold much of the region under the same name.
Russian troops continue to try to break the defensive ring around the city of Sloviansk-Kramadorsk in the Donetsk region. Increasingly, however, they are forced to look after the material and the players Cherson And Zaporizhia responded to Ukraine’s counterattack there. According to one analysis, the more violent it becomes, the more Ukraine canInstitute for War Studies“Slow Russian advances elsewhere.
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